The Hebrew month of Nissan started on Shabbat,
and the signs and scenes of spring are visible on
and off the Jerusalem, Israel, streets.
The Valley of Cross is green from the recent rain.
These lime blossoms are bursting out in the sunshine.
Yemin Moshe is always a pretty sight.
One “rainy” and cold day, it rained dirt,
but one day was hot enough for a dip in Lion Fountain.
I am sorry I missed a Spring Fair at Hansen House,
but a nearby park is being replanted this spring,
with the Jerusalem Theater in the background.
Flowers are growing on trees,
while greens are taking over this abandoned structure.
Look up and see purple,
look down and see red,
and the colorful Bird-of-paradise is always a favorite.
But not all the color was from nature.
These lovebirds nest on a car decorated for a wedding,
and this bench adds color to Azza Street.
School is out for the Passover holiday.
Holiday camps for children have started.
Two young grandchildren arrived today to “help,”
and now it is time to start cleaning.